The greater the knowledge, the greater the doubt.
Knowledge conquered by labor becomes a possession -a property entirely our own.
Knowledge is power, if you know it about the right person.
The most that any of us know, is the least of that which is to be known.
Men are more readily contented with no intellectual light than with a little; and wherever they have been taught to acquire some knowledge in order to please others, they have most generally gone on to acquire more, to please themselves.
Man is an ignoramus athirst for knowledge.
What you know is a club for yourself, and what you don't know is a meat-ax for the other fellow.
I owe all my knowledge to the German inventor, Johannes Gutenberg!
Hasn't knowledge only crippled me from seeing truth? Is knowledge itself illusory?
We can say of Shakespeare, that never has a man turned so little knowledge to such great account.
Certainty is the most vivid condition of ignorance and the most necessay condition for knowledge.
One of my friends, reading the title of these lectures [The Whence and Whither of Man] said: "Of man's origin you know nothing, of his future you know less."
All wish to know, but few the price will pay.
Learn to know yourself... to search realistically and regularly the processes of your own mind and feelings.
Although humankind inherently "desires to know", if open access to, and unlimited development of, knowledge henceforth puts us all in clear danger of extinction, then common sense demands that we re-examine our reverence for knowledge.
Knowledge of anatomy is a tool like good brushes.
It is important to use all knowledge ethically, humanely, and lovingly.
Indeed he knows not how to know who knows not also how to un-know.
Knowing ourselves, we are beautiful; in self-ignorance, we are ugly.
Others abide our question. Thou art free. We ask and ask. Thou smilest and art still, Out-topping knowledge.
In visual art it's better once to see, than one hundred times to hear.
After the initial critical learning period of youth is over, the areas of the brain that need to be 'turned on' to allow enhanced, long lasting learning can only be activated when something important, surprising, or novel occurs, or if we make the effort to pay close attention.
One must have a thorough knowledge of anatomy and a good perception of depth for silhouette work. Otherwise they resemble those childish picture cards, snipped out by some fool who doesn't know what he is trying to do.
Images provide a knowledge that we can interiorize rather than 'apply,' can take to that place in ourselves where there is water and where reeds and grasses grow...
Great minds are always feared by lesser minds.
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